How to prepare to become a non-executive director
The appeal of the boardroom
Having designed and run a wide variety of projects, Olga has noticed different attitudes towards corporate governance in various sectors. When she is running projects, corporate governance compliance can either help or hinder her work. Olga explains why it’s essential to integrate corporate governance compliance within projects at the design stage.
Below, Olga discusses diversity on boards, why it’s essential – not just to investors – and why it’s not just a gender issue.
Below, Olga talks about the appeal of becoming a board member and what she is doing in her career to prepare for a board position. Olga also talks about the most important leadership qualities of a non-executive director and the challenges that boards will face in the next two years.
In the short video clip below, Olga talks about her aspirations to be a board member, what she gained from the Diploma in Corporate Governance and how to study to become a non-executive director.
How to study to become a non-executive director
The Corporate Governance Institute’s faculty is composed of men and women who are world-class business professionals. The faculty members have years of industry expertise, coupled with a desire to share their knowledge through teaching the next generation of directors and board members.